Omnivorous and Insectivorous Birds
Replaces the need for live food!
Takes the mess and guesswork
out of keeping and breeding
insect eating birds.
Using the technology of food extrusion, Insecta-Pro incorporates the best protein from a range of sources to create a high specification food for birds. The process of extrusion of the food boosts the digestibility and also ensures purity of the product as the high pressure cooking kills bacteria and destroys toxins. The amino acid profile and range of vitamins and minerals in Insecta-Pro are able to replace the need for live food while ensuring the best in nutrition for health and breeding.
Feed dry, mixed with water to create a crumble, or mix with other
foods, fruits or veggies. Insecta-Pro is ideal for a range of
insectivore/omnivorous birds, but not Iron sensitive species.
Feeding: Insecta-Pro has been designed to provide a supplemental
feed for all insectivorous birds, including those requiring "live food".
It may be fed dry or, more acceptably, it may be moistened to
create a soft food. Insecta-Pro can be mixed with other
"soft feedstuffs" such as fruits, pupae, eggs etc. This damp mix is
supplied to the birds to provide a wide base, nutritious feed that
will stimulate breeding pairs and provide a fully balanced diet
for the young.
Nutrition Balance: Insectivorous birds require a diet high in protein
and fat, Insecta-Pro provides a convenient, balanced diet for all
species (except Mynas and Toucans). Omnivorous birds (Blackbirds,
Thrush, magpies etc.) benefit from Insecta-Pro.
Insecta-Pro contains extra protein, vitamins and minerals to support rapid growth and feathering of all insectivorous birds.
Ingredients: Select Australian whole grains including: Corn, Wheat, Meat and Fish Meals, Wheat Gluten.
Approximate Analysis: Crude protein 30%, Lysine 1.4%, Crude Fat 14%, Vitamin A 3,000 iu/Kg, Crude Fibre 4%, Calcium 2.5%.
Available In: 450g
Insecta-Pro - Insectivorous and Omnivorous soft food for birds by Vetafarm. Takes the mess and guesswork out of keeping and breeding insect eating birds.
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